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Creation Date: June 25, 1964
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VOL 22 NO. 16 U. S. NAVAL. AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JUNE 25.....1964-
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Capt. Mackroth To Take Command Ttti S'aj -


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Resplendently donned In full
dress uniforms, 750 sailors,
waves and Marines will witness
the 16th change of command hereat
NAS next Thursday.
Besides being a day of tra-
6{ ditional ceremony, the event will
also climax 30 years of Naval
Service for Captain James R. .
Compton, who Is retiring.
His successor, Captain JohnR.
y t Mackroth, will become the
17th commanding officer of the
Air Station during the program
beginning at 2 p.m.
The ceremony, to be held In ...-
Hanger 113, will begin when
Captains Compton and Mackrothare

piped aboard. Prior to this, ___ S
battalions will have assembled,
Honor Guards, Colors and side __E1:_ f
Y boys moved Into position, and

guests seated.

'4: Captain J.R. Mackroth Among the distinguished guests Captain J.R. Compton
\.
\ who will be present are Lt. Gen-
1, For Captain Compton this change of Command will mark
For Captain Mackroth this ceremony will mark the beginningof eral Maxwell C. Snyder Rear ceremony
; the end of three decades of Naval service. A native of Kentucky and
a tour in which he will have command over the Navy's major Naval Admiral EJ. S. who Isa
Young 1934 graduate of the Naval Academy,Captain Compton saw duty aboard
Air Industrial center on the East Coast from which 60 per cent of former Commander Naval AirBases
the Atlantic Fleet's striking force stems. .' "dN"* Sixth Naval District Mr. the USS Idaho prior,,to entering flight training in 1937. t
; Following squadron duty aboard the USS Yorktown be was orderedto
Calif.
Following graduation from Stanford University at Palo Alto William S. Johnson, Executive
In 1936 Captain Mackroth entered the Navy through the Naval Aviation Vice President of the Jackson- Patrol Squadron Thirty-Two which operated PDY type seaplanes from
Coco Sola,C. 1. He was then transferred to Patrol Squadron :
Cadet Flight Program, graduating and being commissioned EnsignIn ville Chamber of Commerce;Mr. Fifty-
1938. Two where he served as Executive Officer and acting Commanding Officer -
Donald T. Martin,Vice Presidentof
His initial assignment was to VP-8 a patrol squadron based in the Atlantic Coast Railroad; .
Honolulu, Hawaii In 1940, he was assigned as copilot on the Navy's and Mr. Peter Klrlll, Presidentof In January 1943, Captain Compton was ordered to command Patrol
four-engine experimental seaplane the XPBSLAt the Sixth Regional Squadron Eighty-one which carried out ASW operations In the ,_ I
the outbreak of World War II,he assumed command of the XPBS-1 Rear Admiral Robert Navy Caribbean. In September 1943 this squadron deployed to the West
which formed the nucleus of Transport Squadron Two, homebasedIn Goldthwaite League. Commander Fleet Coast where he was ordered to commission and command Patrol I
Alameda, California and operating in the Pacific. His subsequent Air Jacksonville, will be rendered Bombing Squadron One-Hundred-Fifteen. Flying Liberator aircraft. ,
assignments during the war Included Operations Officer, VR-2; honors. Captain Compton was awarded theDfsdngu1shedFJyIngCrcw, the Air i
Commanding Officer, VR-10; and Operations Officer on the staffof After Admiral Goldthwaite and Medal, a gold star In lieu of a second Air Medal, and the South Korean
Commander Naval Air Transport Service. Captain Compton have Inspected and Philippine Presidential Unit Citation for his action against

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I NAS Officers To Retire in Change of Command Ceremonies I IThree

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NAS Officers will join tions. Including the Air Intelligence Lieutenant Commander C. L. Navy. Lcdr Curry entered the Jan. 1943 as an Aviation Cadet
Captain Compton in retirement In Washington, D. C. Lcdr. Haverty Is attached to the Na-. service through the Aviation Cadet and was commissioned Ensign
during the Naval Air Station's Davis Is from Madisonville, Ky. val Air Technical Training Center Program In Sept. 1942 and April 16, 1944.. Lcdr Mansfield
change of command ceremoniesto Lieutenant Commander T. H. and retires with 29 yearsof was commissioned Ensign in served in Korea and as Liaison
be held next Tuesday after- Beall, Is attached to the Naval service. He entered the NavyIn April 1944. He was commendedby Officer at Taiwan in 1958 with
noon. In ceremonies to be held Air Technical Training Center, Dec. 1936 and went through the Chief of Naval Operationson the Special Operations Section
Saturday, June 27, three officers and retires with 30 years of ser Flight Training In Oct. 1942. his performance of duty on a 13th ATF. lie makes his home
from Naval Air TechnicalTraln- vice. Lcdr Beall entered the ser Lcdr Haverty was commissionedan project involving here In Jacksonville _
ing Center will also retire from vice as an enlisted man in 1934. Ensign In March 1944. A high- "._ ofn" Chief Warrant OffIcer-W4 IL
active naval service. They are: light of his career was when < : L. Newell is attached to the Operations -
Lieutenant Commander Roy he served as squadron Executive -rl Department here at;
Davis attached to ComFairJax, Officer at Keflavik. Iceland. He ',.' NAS. He retires with 30 yearsIn
retires from the Navy with 20 also served as a test pilot and the Service. CWO Newell entered -
years of service. He entered the blimp pilot Lcdr Haverty halls the service In April 1934
Navy in June 1941 through an from Lynnhaven, Va., and has not progressing his way up the ladder
appointment to the Naval Academy made any Immediate future plans. to QMCS and receiving his pro--.'
Lcdr. Davis graduated and Lieutenant Commander R. F. motion to Chief Warrant Officer
was commissioned an Ensign In Curry Is attached to the Naval May 15, 1944. He hails from St.
1944. During his tour In the Navyhe Air Technical Training Center. Louis Mo., and hopes for a
has worked with various staL He retires with 21 years In the clear future after his retirement.

Lcdr. T.H..Beall Lcdr. R.F. Curry
;f y!

He successfully progressed Green Turtles throughout the
through ranks and was com Carribbean area. lie is also a
missioned Ensign in 1944. He graduate of the Naval Justice
received a Letter of Commendation School and General Line SchooLHe
from RAdm J. M. Car makes his home in Orange
son, ComFairJax, In 1962 for his ; Park Fla.Lieutenant. -. ..
participation In the development Commander R. W.
,' of the Bull Pup Missile Adapter. I Mansfield attached to Special
L L ,""'0 Lcdr Beall Is from Dearlng. Service here at the Air Station
Ga., where he Intends to retire retires with 20 years In the Na-
Lcdr. C.L. Haverty Lcdr. R.W. Mansfield
Lcdr, Roy Davis! to a life of ease. vy. He ,entered' the service In



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By Robert W. Ra del If ft, Cdr

Service of Holy An Englishman, Osbert Sulwell, once wrote a novel, "The min who
8:00 a. m. Lost Himself" that had a memorable scene In it, even though it was

Communion Service of Divine not fact but fancy. This Is a scene where the hero is trailing a person .
9:30 m.
a.
: In Paris. He wants to know If the man he seeks stopped at a

Worship 9-30 a. m. SOnday\ School forages certain hotel and calculates that the best way to do it is to go to the
U =0r 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 clerk and ask him If he himself"-giving his own name-"is registered -
11:00 a. m. Service of Divine there. Then, when the clerk is looking at the register he can
glance down the page and see If the name of the other man is entered.
t'a Worship 6:30 m. Youth Fellowship The reward of his plan Is that he receives the shock of his life'"Yes"
g1 p.WEDNESDAY the clerk says, "he Is In room40. I will have you shown up"

4:30. p. m. Junior Choir Re- There Is nothing to do but follow the bellboy to room 40. When he
hearsal enters the room, there sits a man remarkably like himself, a bit
7:30 p. m. Senior Choir Rehearsal older, a little more gray and heavy, but undeniably himself. The per-
son he meets Is himself as he will be 20 years ahead.

12:00 p. m. Holy Communion, It Is all"'fancy, of course, but It has this Truth: there is a person
Also on all Holy Days out In the future waiting for each one of us, the person we will be
Catholic Services at St. years ahead. How will we like that person?
/ Edward's Chapel NATTC and There is only one real way to get any line on the kind of personswe

Naval Hospital are to be and Its not by guessing or wishful thinking. It is by
SUNDAY MASS projecting, as In an architect's drawing, the lines on which we are
6:30 a. m. U. S. Naval Hospital now going. Suppose we keep on for 20 years as we are now? What
9:00 am.11:00: a. m. St. kind of picture will we make? Are our present directions and habits

Edward's Chapel good enough to keep up for 20 years?
DAILY MASS If there is dissatisfaction with the picture we see when we projectour
11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel present conduct Into the future, now Is the time to change to

..LY. MONDAY & TUESDAY other ways and other alms that will forecast a better day Now is
4:15 p. m. King Hall NA T'J'CFRIDAY the time to know how faith and service will bring Into life the lines

of direction that lead to better, happier life.
,. Editorial 12:05 p. m.U. S. Naval HospitaLS

9:00 a. m. St. Edward's Chapel'CONFESSIONSSATURDAY New Must AmericaBe

.h Voice of Liberty Bell Standards
7:00 p. m. 8:00 p. m. and

before Masses Insurance Unsightly i ?
Catechism. Classes: Grade School
Shouts Above the DinIts SATURDAY WASHINGTON (NAVNEWS)
10:00 a. m. All Saints' Activities Effective 1, July,.all Armed For- Litter Is not only unsightly, It
2,080 lbs of ancient bronze hang from a beam of solid hand- building ces personnel must have auto insurance Is expensive. This year the A-
722NURSERY
hewn black walnut in Independence Hall In Philadelphia, where both that meets new require- merican tax-payer will shell out
the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were proclaimed. The Naval Air Station Nursery ments to secure or retain drivingand some $50,000,000 to police up the
Armed guards watch it day and night. located In Building 560 on Child parking privileges on military countryside. That lowextlmatels
Around Itscrown are. these words from the Bible: "Proclaim liberty Street, opens at 8:15 a. m. on installations within the supplied by the Missouri Hlghway
throughout the land to all the Inhabitants thereof -- levit- Sunday morning Parents attendee United States. Department. The "KeepAmerlca
icus XXV,10. ing Sunday Masses or Protestant'' The Defense Department says Beautiful" people put the cost at
The inscription on the Liberty Bell was chosen by Isaac Norris, services may leave young that all Insurance companiesmust 100000000. All of It is tax
speaker of the Assembly of the colony of Pennsylvania who, in 1751, children in the nursery without be licensed In the states In money that needlessly goes down
was chairman of a committee to get a bell for the steeple of the state charge. which the bases are located to the drain.
house. solicit new business. Moreover, the task is largely
The Bell was cast In London. When hung in 1752, it broke at the The Insurance field In generalIs self-defeating. Regardless of the
clapper's first stroke. It was recast by a local bell-caster, but this Traffic on record as favoring the tight. effort made this summer by f nand
time its tone was not satisfactory. It was melted once again and a ViolationsThe er rules to raise standards. winter there will still be a
third bell was formed. Polices must be Issued in billion beer cans -more or less-
Throughout the events which led up to the American Revolution, following Is a report 'of amounts not lower than the min- by the side of the road. Each
the Bell proclaimed many occasions of joy and sorrow. In strict motor vehicle accidents and traf- Inum limits prescribed In the spring, to Illustrate the volumeof
historical accuracy, the Liberty Bell did not ring July 4, 1776. The fic violations for the period June financial responsibility or com- litter, the Missouri Highway
motion for Independence was unanimously carried July 2. It was 13 through June 20. pulsory law of the state In which Department selects a mile of primary
accepted by final vote on July 4 and the document was rushed to the the Installation is located, must roadway and polices it up.

printers. clearly identify the name of the Here's what ws picked up this
On' July 8 a crowd gathered from near and far and the Declara- NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis Insurer and Its full address, and year on U. S. 54 east of Mexico
tion was read aloud to the people by Colonel John Nixon in front of must provide bodily injury and "4023 paper cups, boxes
Independence Hall. There were cheers, musket shots, fireworks and property damage and other Items of paper, 400
liability
week cover-
.
the ringing of bells but the voice of the Liberty Bell shouted above June 13 through age for all drivers authorized bottles, 528 cans, 31 auto parts,
them alLFiftynine June 20 . . .7 by
Total Accidents this the named insured to operatethe 48 rags and pieces of clothingand
years later, in 1835, the Liberty Bell cracked while year through vehicle.All nine pieces lumber."Quitea
June 20. . . .
115
In honor of Chief Justice of the Marshallwho
Court
tolling Supreme John Number of policies must be good collection for just one mile of
Accidents
had died. Although it has never been rung since, the Liberty Bell through throughout the highway.
June 1963. . . 136 United States and
still sounds cherished the Fourthof
a note by symbolizing dy--the Canada If the
Total number of days since last Installation on which Solution to the litter problem
JUly--when America declared lasting freedom for her citizens. the policy Is sold
injury In motor vehicle accident is located withIn have been forward, but none
The Liberty Bell is probably the only bell in world to which the put
every United
American takes off his hat. And rightly so. . . . ; . 27 States. seems to' work. One proposed
f Liability coverage may not be would put a small cash depositon

Captain MackrOth (Continued from. Page 1)) NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis limited bodily injury to exclude to passengers liability for and all beer cans -and bottles.

After, attending General Line School in Newport, R. L graduating guests if such liability exists in With some trade-In value, the
In June 1947, Captain'Mackroth attended Ohio State University and the
state as a matter of owner might save the empties.
lav.
,
week. . 52 -,
received and MS degree in personnel administration September 1948. I
He next served as Deputy Director of Personnel and Administrationfor Speeding. . . 13
Reckless Driving. . 2
from 1948to
Commander Military Air Transport Service September
July 1949.August Going through Stop Sign. 2 JAX AIR NEWS'A :
Other Violations. .
.
.
35ThirtyFive
of 1949 found him serving as Executive Officer of USS
Gardiners Bay, a position he held until September 195L During this
period, his ship operated in the Western Pacific for over one yearin JAX AIR '
NEWS Is a Civilian Newspaper,
drivers Enterprise
support of the Korean conflict.In appeared distributed
before the Traffic each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station
1951, he was assigned to the Bureau of Naval Personnel the Hearing Boardat Jacksonville
the Florida, by the Holt a
nation's Cap1t l. He attended the Naval War College 1953-54 and meeting held on June 22. private firm Publishing Company
Disposition of the AU Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIRNEWS
was then assigned as Operations Officer on the staff of Commander cases Includethe be
Carrier Division 14. He was transferred to Commander Naval Air following: 10 lost driving and Box 2,must NAS forwarded to the Service Information Office,
Force Atlantic Staff in 1955 and served three years as Deputy Chiefof parking privileges aboard the publication. Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before
Staff for Personnel. station for various periods; nine News items are welcomed from all sources-
Telephone EV
9-7711, Ext. 8162.
After a year of study at the National War College, Captain Mackroth were assigned to complete an Advertisements
was assigned to the office of Assistant Secretary of Defense for Man- eight-hour course in remedial are solicited by the publisher and queries
R :+ power. Detached from the Department of Defense in 1961, he reportedto driving Instructions; 15 were Company concerning, 4724 such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
Naples for duty as Chief of Staff Commander Fleet Air Mediter- given suspended penalties; seven Clyde Drive. Jacksonville 8, Florida-
Telephone 35?--40-10 359.02'iLVOL. :
or
ranean and Commander U, S. Naval Activities Mediterranean his were given warnings; six were
last duty prior to coming to Jacksonville. dismissed; and two were referredto

Captain Mackroth, his wife,. Alice, and. their. *..three.* *.. *..daughters"" ".....will.."'" ." commanding disciplinary officers action.for possible 22 NO. 16 JUNE 25, J964 ,
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AIR CONDITIONER THAT CAN BE MOVED FROM ROOM TO ROOM j
Midshipmen NARTU Rates NOWlAN
IT IS TRULY PORTABLE i

Arrive HereAboard RUST PROOF ALUMINUM CABINET

Arc Now OpenA -
NAS Jacksonville a
person may see uniform repre- ,
senting! every branch of the military new list of rates consideredopen

service. But on June 25, for recruiting within the : a A BTU'S OF COOLING
a new one will be seen. That Naval Air Reserve Training
of the Midshipmen of the U.S. Command was released this vu 0 COMFORT CERTIFIED J
;
Naval Academy. week at the NARESTRACOM ,
There will be three groups of HEADQUARTERS, Glenview,Jll. 1
"Middies" arriving here atNAS.
The first group will arrive June The open TAR rates are BM1,
25; the second July 28; and the BM2, BM3, ETN3, YN1, YN2, Year Replacement Guarantee
third will arrive August 26.These YN3, J02, J03, CEW2, CEW3.
groups will be at NAS Jax fora EONS, BUL3, UTA2, UTA3, -
two-week training period. UTP3, UTW3, ADR3, ADJ3,
Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville ATR3, AX1. AX2, AX3, AQ1, !?
Is responsible for the AQF2, AQF3, AC1, AC2, AC3,
Midshipmen program In this ABF3, AE3AMS3AMH3AME1,
.
area. They will study all aspectsof AME2, AME3, PR3, AG2, AG3, --- .-. ......--..-- .. --- --
fleet aviation and Its Integratedrole TD1, TD2, TD3, AZ1, AZ2, AZ3 ----
In fleet operations. A fleet HM2, HM3, SD1, SD2, SD3, I --'-
squadron of each type will host SN/SA, CN/CP,AN/AA,HN/HA, -- .
the midshipmen on successive and TNTA.CEDAR.
days. An Introduction will be III IEIIr
made to aviation ordnance from = !!
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.
20 mm guns to nuclear weapons. .+.w ?
The fleet aviation : I sl L !? JS-ssrss
organizationwill l r .f !!!!i!!!!! !s mHm mmHm =
be discussed and frequent I
seminars with fleet pilots will
be available.The 1
:
midshipmen will be
familiarized with the aircraft and i 5
the mission of each type of squadron. FULL YEAR ...

Ample opportunity for discussion : h- REPLACEMENT
with squadron pilots( will
be provided.An Iii,l GUARANTEENOT
excellent understanding and JUST FIXED
appreciation of naval aviation 'r'{j ONLY BY
should result from this visit. c:
== WestinghouseWESTINGHOUSE

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Two Local Boys USED Your CAR Neighborhood DEALER Plug In IHco a fan

AIR CONDITIONER Weighs only 59 pounds
Specializing in
To Attend USNA 115' VOLTS Install In minutes with
CLEAN CARS
Zip Kit
7.5 AMPS 90 new

Two pilots of Patrol Squadron 63 FORD........ .$1795 WEIGHS 119 JUSTONLY. '" _cas1Y
741 at the Jacksonville Naval Air Super Sport coupe, V-8, A/T, 59 LBS. LIGHT
Reserve Training Unit have sons R&H, Power Steering, bucket .. $1,67WK.
who will enter the U.S.Naval Academy seats.
this month.Lt. .
Cmdr. Edward J.Smith and 62 MONZA.. ...$1395 I

Lt. Cmdr. Harry A. Siemen, Sr., 4 speed transmission, R&H,
plan to fly their sons to the acad- WSW. Black with red interior. r

emy In one of the squadrons"Neptune" 62 BELAIR... ..$1495 c "2''p9 C''.C jyt". ; r, i
partol aircraft June cr :
28. 4 door,Auto/transmission, ; :.
Commander Smith's son Don- R&H. Cleanest in town!

ald received a Congressional 62 CHEVY II.. ..$1295 r4'i; ;
pointment to Academy.. Don-
ald attended the Terry Parker 4 door, Auto/transmission, .
High School and presently resides R&H, extra clean rb
with his parents at 8509 Lone
Star Rd., in Jacksonville. 61 DODGE..... .$ 795

Commander Smith in civilian 6 cylinder, Straight stick, the
life Is employed as state repre- best buy in town.61FALCON 1/ 4
sentative for the Surety Indemnity

Insurance Company. ... .... $895
Commander Siemen's son Deluxe,R&H,like new condition ..
Harry Siemen, Jr., also a mem-
ber of Patrol Squadron 741 received 60 OLDS Wagon. .$1195 --

his appointment through "88",Auto/transmission/ ,power r
membership In the Naval Air Re- steering and brakes, $200
serve. under market price
Young Siemen attended the e CUSTOM AUTOMATIC CHANGER
Brevard County Junior Collegeand 59 BELA I R...... $845 WesringhouseBUILDS I e TONE ARM ONLY WEIGHS 2 GRAMS ON
presently lives with his par- 4 door, V.8,auto/transmission YOUR RECORD-NEVER WEARS RECORDS
ents at 110 Barna Rd., In Titus- DIAMOND STYLUS GUARANTEED
vllle. R&H I 'EM TO LAST 10 FULL YEARS AGAINST DEFECTS
Commander Siemen Is an electrical THE SERVICEMAN'S FRIEND e 4 SPEAKER MATCH AND BALANCED
engineer at Cape Kennedy, We CAN Finance YOU! SOLID-STATE STEREO SOUND
The two future Naval Officer's ,..
orders call for them to report (Jt.' YR. GUARANTEE
prior to 7 a.m. June 30. w a \{ 1 90

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of the
Whistler is Indeed one ALBUMS
masters of painting in
greatest
opinion. .';nd I may add that Factory-Service Stores
my
in this opir.ion Mr. Whistler Bill ,_..-
himself entirely concurs. ACKLEN SIEMER I
3719 BLANDING BLVD.
D. r ES504kPEN'TILIP.MeTONIGHONE
Lots of people laugh ore way Across from Cedar Hills Shop.C.r.
and vote another. Will Rogers PHONE 771.2320

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1 Inn "0" Club

you really wish to Impress CPO Club Acey Ducey Bluejackets
people a Ph D degree isn't worth
half as much as being greeted by Thursday, June 25 Thursday, June 25
name and getting a little salute Thursday, June 25 Thursday, June 25 Happy Hour 3:30. 6 p.m
from the cop on the corner. Happy Hour 4:30 6:30 p. m. The Vikings 8-12a.m. Dinner 6-9 p.m.Friday .
Happy Hour
Now that they have better filters, Friday, June 26 Friday, June 26 June 26

better paper less nicotine, low Friday, June 26 Phil Cay and Chantels 8:30 Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m.
tar content, and air conditioning, Dance to Cappy's Combo 12:30 a. m.Saturday. 8-1 a. m.Saturday. Dinner 6 9:30 p.m.

cigarettes are so Improvedthey're Saturday, June 27 June 27 June 27 Charlie Jay 8-12 a.m.
not quite sure any longer -
Mark Castle the Noble Notes Saturday, June 27
what they're for. Dance to Redcoats 8:30: 12:30: a. m. Nobles and
28 8-12 a. m.SundayJune. Hour 3:30 -
Sunday, June Happy : 6 pm
Sunday, June 28 Dinner 6 9:30
p.m.
TlteSEE g&wtentoiti Dance to Mach Four and Jerry 28
/ Phil Cay and Chantels 8:30 Johnny Arnold 8:30 12:30: a.m.
Gray Match Wilson and Redcoats
., CitVth Monday, June 29 11:30 p. m. 8-12 a. m.Monday. Sunday, June 28
Monday, June 29
June 29 Buffet 6-9 p.m.
PAGE 12 AND Pizza Night Happy Hour 4:30 6:30 p. m. Prime Ribs of Beef, Steamship
YOU'LL KNOW WHY I Tuesday, June 30 Pizza Night also Ladies Night round, Seafood Casserol, Fried

Happy Hour Tuesday, June 30 Chicken
RIVERSIDE 'Tuesday, June 30
June 29
Happy Hour 5-7 p. m. Monday,
Game Night 7:30 9:30 p. m.

CHEVROLET Wednesday, July 1 Wednesday, July 1 Wednesday, July 1 Happy Steak Cookout Hour on Pool 3:30.: Patio 6 p.m.

CEDAR HILLS Dance to the Play Boys Open Game Night 8 p. m.
Tuesday, June 30

The thing that makes the world Happy Hour 3:306
p.m.
before
"You've been appearing
around, Foreign Dish Night (Germany))
ATTENTIONall me in this court for twenty That makes the fellows fall, 6-9
years," said the Judge. And ladies drop their handker- p.m.
Personnel Answered the drunk: "Can I chiefs, Wednesday, July 1
Navy it if don't ?"
help you get promoted
Is gravity .that's all.
II Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m.
PHONE 725-586a Fried Chicken Buffet on Pool
Patio 6-9 p.m.

SINGERWHITEPFAFFADLERNECCHI


I NW CornerMembers
ALL OTHER MAKES REPAIRED AND SERVICED
OVER 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE ON INDUSTRIAl&HOMEMACHINES
of the Navy Wives
Club #86 met last Wednesday June

NEW SEWING MACHINES prise 17 at Avenue.their clubhouse on Enter

The following ladies were Initiated -
"FAMOUS BRANDS"AT Into the organization:Mrs

M. Caffarella, Mrs. Evelyn Lutz
and Mrs. Kenneth Smith, South

WHOLESALE PRICESALL east RegionalVice-presidentwh
was visiting the area was also]

TYPES AND MODELSSTRAIGHT & AUTOMATIC ZIG-ZAGS introduced to the assembly by
Mrs. Wilbert Wagner, Club

SAVE S10000OR MORE President.
1.-) UPTO Also a guest speaker at the
meeting was Father F.J.Murray,
ChaplainUSN introduced by Mrs.
\NEW PORTABLESFromS381FLORIDA'S Thomas J. )Bennett, Social and
Education director. Chief R.L.

Selby spoke on survivors, bene-
OLDEST DISTRIBUTOR fits and Mr.G. Blackmon explained -
Travel home on furloughthe PHONE McDONALD'S 725-5868 7907 HARE AVE the Medicare Program to the
wives. Following the program
quick, low-cost way. time was alloted for a questionand
answer period.
by Coast Line Train After the meeting, refreshments -
O IVANDERBILT TIRES were served by Mrs.
Robert Elling, Mrs. Jesse Bush
NO STANDBY-SEATS GUARANTEEDFour and Mrs. John Buckman.

c::3 AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE ONO Plans are being made for a
trains daily to the North. Also, daily luncheon on June 29 at 12 noon I
to honor members who are
service to the West and South.
leaving this area. Next meeting
MONEY DOWNAS will be July 1 at 7:30:
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RICHMOND $16.15 LOW AS $|17 PER WEEK P'i

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NEW YORK 24.43 SIZE 1'ftr iflf' '
1 for 983 Molts 111 11(1 43S32
PITTSBURGH 25.53 170115 113 I IIH IS 32
BOSTON 30.15 '' 2 for 1866 l1blS 1EOl15 11.13 2261 KI 4312mi 5U2

CHICAGO 21.10ST. -mil 12 13 23 66 4512
LOUIS 22.40 for 3532[: Ufalt 1413 21ES 5512
MIAMI 9.18 4 $SMI 1513 12 SI 1132 cars are insured
UO.U-670.IS-400.U, &COIIJ 50111, 1313 gg 3132 with us than with
Fares to other cities on request TUIITTH NYLON SUCKWUL ADD 1M tM 1113. IS-ll/IUIII TiJlJAll company.
Tirt Plu To. & E.cKon9t.H SJ.oo Add-Dn if Old TJr Hot Coppolal.d any other
;' Find out why now!
For information and reservations contact: fRONt END I- ( "tilt
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Atlantic B. C. Miller Coast, GPA Line Railroad SPECIAL '" '", $583- FREE MOUNTING UQE.REPAIR : tI' 1948 Blanding Blvd

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MoviesMovies Fleet Reserve Holds Liam H. WashaliskL new Branch 126 home. The
Members of the Board of Directors President's Ball will be a semi-
for the 1964 and 65 year formal affair. Donations of$5.00
will be shown regularly Annual ElectionsBranch are: 0. L. Allen, L, P. Whit- per couple will provide the
at 7 p.m. on Monday through mire Tom Cowart, W. L Wood evening's dance music snacks,
Saturday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. 126 of the Fleet Reserve dent. Dyer M. Burr who suc- D. C. Newell Perry Solomon, set-ups and door prizes. Tick-
on Saturday; and Sunday, at the Association held their annual ceeds himself. 1st vice president R. H. Krell. J. L. Zentz L. L ets are available now by con-
Malnslde and NATTC Theatersand election of Branch Officersat Robert N. Boyd who Is a Lorbeer, I C. W. Clark J. E. tacting Skip Washaliski at 771-
at 7 p.m. only on Sunday the last regular meeting held past president of Branch 126. Murphy, J. H. Waddy D. H. 7377. There Is no admission for
at the Hospital Theater. These Johnson. the Installation ceremonies before -
June 18. The new officers for the 2nd vice president Frank N. Zin-
times are subject to change. Association which from Installation of the new Branch the Ball.
year runs kosky. Secretary Wilson H.
126 officers and officers of the With 4 around the
1 July corner.
July to 30
July are: Presi- Sandefer and Treasurer Wll-
Thursday, June 25
Ladies Auxiliary Unit 126 will Branch 126 has a large supplyof
Malnslde Tamahlne Nancy A IAw Mij[N WEING4RfiN\ [N ffiOMI N vms I 0 00lfN>11lAr, R be held In the new Fleet Re- tailored 3 x 5 ft. 50 star
Kwan, John Frazier serve Hall Blanding Boulevard American flags on hand. These
NATTC Lawrence of Arabia unthinkable to missBlown on Saturday July 11. The Installation flags are available for only$3.00
Peter O'Toole, Anthony Quinn ceremonies will beginat which Includes pole and mount
Hospital Shakedown Terance heitnsinIajeioiiy 7 p.m. followed at 9 p.m. by ing bracket. Contact Glenn R. .-.
Morgan Hazel Court the President's Ball This will be Stoker at 771-0209, or stop by
,,
: ,A the first dance to be held in the the Branch halL
Friday, June 26 ( Fsw .
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Malnslde- Seven Ways From Sun .:'Ift.:; .. ... : .'
down Audie Murphy Barry l. .':\ ..."..'"':..':. "
Sullivan ( ..,."'.
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NATTC- Tamahlne -
Nancy f HEARt
Kwan, John Frazier t /t
Hospital Lawrence of Arabia- .:::..J 11
Peter O'Toole Anthony Quinn "/ GREAT

Saturday, June 27 f' :." 'c...:..... SONGS!
I.T. knows
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Mainside IslandJamesMason A. :< ,....
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Kate Mann ""'".,t.'. ''' 7i>..-.11. ..... ......".;,..: .;.1".'.. IJJ''' .. .
NATTC Seven Ways From Sun :K.VoeBeei:' : \ : :; <:: :.,\ ; t;: : : .. .'l::!:. .
down Audie Murphy Barry

Hospital Sullivan- Tamahlne Nancy noLDS'HaRiepResneLL-ii} / that youdon'tenjoy

Kwan, John Frazier pAWioia UUROCOLOR
Starts Friday -June 26
Sunday, June 28 Center Theatre

Malnslde The Thin Red Line-
Kelr Dulla Jack Warren '
NATTC Hugo's Island James DR. B.W. ROBERTS
Mason Kate Mann
Hospital: Seven Ways From Suc- OPTOMETRISTANNOUNCES borrowing
down Sullivan- Audle Murphy, Barry

THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE. .
Monday, June 29 PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRY IN THEROOSEVELT :

Malnslde A Global Affair money. !
Bob Hope Lilo Turlver MALL
NATTC The Thin Red Line -
Keir Dulla, Jack Warren 4461 ROOSEVELT BLVD. PHONE.387-2345
Hospital Hugo's IslandJames
Mason Kate Mann EYE EXAMINATION GLASSES CONTACT LENSES

Tuesday, June 30 That's
( why we give
Malnslde West, Side Story VACATION SPECIAL!
Natalie Wood, Richard Beymer
NATTC A Global Affair Bob such fast
service.)
Hope Lllo Tulver DEALS..DURING LIKE YOU OUR HAVE VACATION NEVER SALE HEARD! OF you
Hospital The Thin Red Line -
Kelr Dulla, Jack Warren THAT NEW FORD OR CLEAN USED CAR NOWI!
BUY.YOU WILL BE AMAZED WHEN YOU SEE OUR Don't ever think we're rushing you through when you
Wednesday, July 1 1Malnslde stop in at C.I.T. for a loan to pay bills..to travel...

-Paris When It Sizzles LARGE SELECTION& UNBEATABLE DEALSSEE or meet personal problems. The reason you'll find us
William Holden Audrey Hep- THE PEOPLE AT handling your application so fast is this: We've learned

burn FORD MOTORAMAGREEN that people don't come to us when they need sympathy.
NATTC West Side Story Natalie -
Wood, Richard Beymer They come to us when they need money. So expect
Hospital A Global Affair COVE SPRINGS PHONE 264-6511 speedy money service when you come to see us about your
Bob Hope Lilo Tulver loan. (There are over 400 C.I.T. offices from coast to

coast where you'll get the same zippy service.)

Overheard on the bus: "The
sad story of my business careerIs IBLACK ANGUS LOANS TO $600
that I started out on a shoe-
string the year everybody started CASH YOU GET
loafers." Meat __
wearing Company t-
Monthly 11 12
"'A I steakor Payments mos mos mos
A Real Old-Fashionei Meat Market
a steer" $10 $168.67 $137.09 f 99.30

WESCONNETT 16 269.87 219.34 158.89
FURNITURE CO. 4029 Blanding Blvd. CEDAR HILLS 771-7362 2 373.55 301.60 218.47

\\ebConnettEhd..at 103rd 28 482.18 386.26 278.05
34 592.73 473.08 338.14
NEW USED LARGE.
AIR CONDITIONERS UNIVERSAL C.I.T. CREDIT COMPANY -- -

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CREDIT I SHRIMP 3312 BEACH BLVD.JACKSONVILLE -

LB. 7, FLORIDA
a FREIGHT SALVAGE
REPOSSESSIONSBargains PHONE 3981581JUN '

Galore! 3 LB. LIMIT WITH $2.50 FOOD ORDER ..

FILL YOUR FREEZER WITH THE tt'. .
COME IN AND BROUSE 49 ....-=-
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Local Girl Shines

KATHY MCCUE daughter of' At Girl's StateA
Capt. H. F.McCue,Commanding
Officer of' FICEUR, asks her
iji mother to'fasten the charm brace
let which she received fromFlorida's dependent here at the Air Station has set a first for NAS dependents -
and all of the Jax Navy Complex.
Girl Stale'for being pick
Kathy McCue, 16, daughter of Captain H. F, McCue, CommandIng -
ed of'twelve outstandinggirls
as one
Officer of FICEUR, was one of seven girls representing Jackson-
attending out of'264. Kathy which Is the
ville at the Florida Girls State sponsered by American
was representing Forrest High Legion Auxiliary.
School at Tallahassee, whereshe Kathy Is a senior at Forrest High School and was nominated to
spent a week studying politics. Girl State by the faculty over nine other nominees.! She was then
(Navy Photo by J. C. Davis, Interviewed and selected as a representative by the American Legion -
JOSN) Auxiliary.Girls .
State Is held In Tallahassee at the State Capital. The girls
stay Ui the Florida State University dormitories while there.It .
-- Is a small government split into states, counties, cities and
political parties. After this they start campaigning for different
offices and actually elect officers to hold offices such as the Govenor.
$59 PER MONTH M A.I Kathy was elected Superintendent of Public Works, which made
her member of the
\ a Gove-
VALIANT' NEW64YSPLYMOUTH 1' nors cabinet. While In office she
met with Govenor and
MILEWARRANTY Bryant attended -
50,000
WITH various press confer
$ 788.00 ences. She also was picked as
PRICE ONLY $50 DOWN ESI one of 12 outstanding girls out
ON ALL. NEW CARS i iAppf of 264.
(INCLUDES TAX AND TAG)' Girls State was started in Flor-
BANK RATE FINANCING ida In 1947. Usually there Is one
representative picked from each
oximatety 18 Minutes From NAS *Sofit'h' On Hhvay 17CLAYTON car Insurance buy- high school. It usually runs for
famous low rates about a week making up bills
and top.service. that are viewed by the Florida
REVELSCHRYSLER'PLYMOUTH Contact/ me today! Legislation
z x"

INC JOELUTEN

1050 H ORANGE m GREEN CMf SMlJv &Yi "The way my husband acts
whenever he thinks he Is sick,"
i Spl Phone 771.6400 one wife confided to another,
3811 "I don't know whether to call
Blending Blvd.......... the doctor or the dramatic
STATE FARM
QUAti Y Mvtuit\ Airttmolllt" IMUUACI Comply ,.A..... critic."
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Navy ExcangeFacilities

Close Civilian Pay Bill Passage




For Holidays Sparks Interest in IncreaseFor

The Commissary Store. Ads" should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyde

Building 135 and all Navy Exchange Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida to arrive not later than I

facilities at NAS & Uniformed Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -

NATTC, except Snack Bars at ServicesWASHINGTON too late for this deadline will be published the

Building 200 and Hangar 140 will following week unless the publisher is Instructed otherwise -

be open regular hours Friday 3 A check or money order for the full cost of the ad

July 1964. The CommissaryStore must be received WITH the copy for the ad.
and all Navy Exchange (AFPS) Passage of the civilian pay bill by the DO NOT SEND CASH.

facilities at NAS & NATTC will House of Representatives said Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNa- RATE: Minimum chaige'((3'llnes). . . . $1.00Per

be closed Saturday 4 July 1964 mara, emphasizes the need for action with respect to the compensationof additional line (4 words per line) ., 35.

except the Cafeterias Building military personnelOn

3, 118 and 554 Golf Shack Snack Feb. 7, Secretary McNamara sent his Fiscal Year 1965 pay ,

Bar and Enlisted Men's Clubs, All Navy Exchange facilities at proposal to Speaker the House 3 BEDROOM HOME Close to '63 CORVADR SPIDER 4 speed j I
46 and 593 which will John W. McCormack
Buildings the Naval Hospital Building recommending NAS $50. down $50. month. CallA trans., R&H, Extra Clean Good '
hours. Enlisted "to amend I'
legislation Title
be open regular H2009. will be closed Friday, 3 rt Powell. USN, Retd. with Buy. 264.6555 1
Men's Clubs, Buildings 46 and :37, U.S. Code, to increase the ,
July 1964, and Colmery-Wllklnson Realtors,
593, will open at 1200 Friday and open regular rates of basic pay for membersof i
hours, Saturday 4 July 1964. 264-6144 or353-367L FOR SALE New duplex brick
Saturday. 3& 4 Tnlv 1 1M.. the uniformed services."
veneer A/C, 3 ml NAS. Owner
In his
most recent statement
BOAT FOR SALE Glaspar fiberglass 7718697.
Auto Liability Insurance endorsing the supplemental military 14 ft., 25 HP motor,
pay bill in view of the civilian -
I QUVAL COUNTY RATES pay raise Mr. McNamara Gator Champ trailer. CWO Uhl- One Westinghouse, two G E Re

Over 25 Married.$39.00 Over 25 Single .$43.00 said "Pay increases in accordance horn Ext. 562 evenings Ext.501. frigerators. Exc shape guaran
21-25 Married. . $55.00 21-25 Single. . $72.00 teed. Call Lewis 389-367L
pndar21 Married. $67.00 Under 21 Single. .$115.00 with the Department'srecommendations OCEANFRONT Excellent inv. Terms.
before the
6 MO. POLICY MONTHLY PAY PLAN Congress are fully now justified and for home or rental Two story
home with 1 BR cabana in rear-
INSURANCE much needed for the men and
on Neptune Bch. Owner will fi- RIDE;; WANTED 0715-1600-----
M (DOUG ALL 5 women in the Armed Forces who
nance price-mid twenties. Call Atlantic & University Blvd. to
their
are so faithfully serving
Campbell Realty, NATTC. Ext. 8262/RA 4-8368.
Near Main Gate NAS, JAX country."I .
eves. EX 8085LFOR
6463 Roosevelt Blvd. Phone EV 8-76761
'
64 GALAXY 500" 4 dr. fully
I therefore very much hope
that Congress will favorably con equipped, fact. air. $3150 originally -
sider the Department's recom- SALE 1960 SAAB. New over $3800. 3600 mi. Phone

paint good condition. Call 771- 2646555.
mendations. Oct. 1 is the proposed
effective date. 1578 for information.

Anywhere go Secretary McNamara explained UNFURN APT. FOR RENT-
you in his letter that the Bland Ing Blvd. Deluxe apt.,3BR.

proposed pay Increase is part of kit equip 3 ml NAS, $115 mo.
UNFURN APT.-Riverside-faces
the DOD Legislative Program for Owner 771.8697.FOR .
park. Big living room two big
the 88th and the
Congress, Bureauof
bedrooms, kitchen equipment,
Budget advised that the pro garage near bus, $70 mo. SALE: CONDITIONERS,
posal Is In'accord with the
program 1557 Azalea Terrace. REDUCED 30%, Gibson, used 6
of the president.
mos. (2-14,000( BTU-220 V and
Recommended calls
legislation 1955 BUICK FORDOR SEDAN, 1.10,000 BIU-110 V) $500. for all
for Increase in the active
an duty
straight stick A-l condition 3 or $200 ea. Ige unit and $150.
of for officer
basic 3
pay percent good tire" $200 cash. Call for small unit. Can be picked up
and 2.4 for enlisted
percent personnel Ellis, Ext 438 or EV 8-5412 week of 6 July. Call NAS Ext 298
with over two serve
years Mon.Fri.. or Ext 329 after working hours.
ice. The annual review does not

call for an Increase in basic pay

for enlisted personnel with under

two years of service the letter

states because the relevant Index FREIGHT DAMAGE
i
has not risen by the required Brand New Automatic SEWING

number of points. MACHINES scratched in ship-

The proposed raise implements ment $49 Cash or $8. per mo.

President Johnson's rec- Original guarantee Zig Zags

ommendrtions in his FY65 budget sews on buttons, makes fancy

message to Congress con- designs, etc. Call 353-1946 Will
cerning the need to Increase military deliver No obligation A-l

pay rates in line with private SEWING MACHINE EXCHANGE f


HFC's money help is handy Industry.


WESTSIDESERVING

With more than 1300 offices, HFC puts experienced

money !service" nearby-wherever you're stationed. 9:1
AGE DEAL!
MISSILE
II'UU need a loan for any good purposeborrowconfidently

from a military loan specialist-House

hold Finance. SOUTHWEST
NEW CARS DUVAL
BORROW UP TO $600 COUNTY

TAKE UP TO 24 MONTHS TO REPAY 11 Lowest Prices WITH COMPLETE

Highest Trade-in Allowance
Phone or come in today for prompt, understanding t .Easy Terms-The Nicest Treatment! CONVENIENT MODERN

:i money hclp.Wc will be happy 10 (verveou.( ; In TownI BANKING COMMERCIAL

SERVICESHOURS
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"f Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots :

::. I 5552 ,Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings[ ; Ave. 0,1-Mon..Turi.I,r ILr..1:3OAM-f JO AM-7-00-I,00PM: PM
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ElectionsTo ; ":' < \1.'V.; ;; Indianapolis
Navy Bureau Warns .'!.\.' .,i' ,

Be HeldIn r" 4'..,.. '
'
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Military On EmbezzlersWASHINGTON / otf<< Race Star To Be

the very near future, the

election of employee representatives (NAVNEWS) The Bureau of Supplies and pRg At King's Hall
to Employees'Councils,the Accounts has issued, a 'warning to servicemen and civilians to beware -
Civilian Employee Food Services of unscrupulous, fly-by-night "mail order houses" that embezzle -
Board, Civilian Employees' Rec- money from buyers with fraudulent.9ers to send mer- Fred Agabashian 11 time
reation and Welfare Association, chandise at "factory cost price." competitor in the Indianapolis
and the Board of Trustees for The warning was prompted by and commercial letter from a 500-mile race will present the
the Employees' Mutual Death the case of one man who, while London mall order firm offeringname award winning ChamplonHlgh-
Benefit Society will be conducted. In $80 brand merchandise direct here
traveling Europe, sent to way Safety Program at Kings
Names of election officialsare a mall order house In England fora from the factory at wholesale cost Hall, Bldg. 563 June 29 30 -
to be published in an official to U.S. and -
miniature camera. That was in Navy government per 9:30 a.m. and 130p.m.bothdays.
notice. Employees are urged to November 1963 and he is still sonnel. NAS Jacksonville is one of
begin considering candidates waiting for his merchandise.The After waiting in vain for his I n---- 4, many armed forces installations.
whom they wish to nominate. received brochure camera end a reply to several ;
man a both in the United States and
letters of Inquiry, the man wrote FRED AGABASHIAN, 11-time
- abroad, at which the program will
about the matter to the Board competitor in the Indianapolis
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V l MM M this summer.
appear
of Trade London. Investigation 500-mile will the
race present
Other racing' stars on the cur-
ROOSEVELT MALL revealed that the so-called mall Champion Spark Plug Com Duane
: order house had vacated Its Lon- rent military program are
don premises without leaving a pony's Highway Safety Programto Carter, a veteran of 14 appearances -
forwarding address. base personnel here in King in the Indianapolis

I Captain J. J. Appleby, Com- Hall, June 2930. A highly unusual "500," Johnny Boyd, 9 times in
b H CARWASH manding Officer of the U.S. Navy presentation, it includes a27minute the "500" and Bob Veith, with 7

Ship's Stores Office, recom- film made at the Indianapolis appearances.In .
mends that all personnel be cau- Motor Speedway and a presenting the program,Mr.
OPEN MONDAY thr SATURDAY Agabashian uses his racing experiences -
tioned to check the reputation and lecture comparing safe driving
of mall order houses before to illustrate three
Integrity and
8:30A.M.-6P.M.: techniques on the highway basic,points of safe driving,men
buying anything.
the speedway.,The has
Similar occurences have been program tal alertness, courtesy and goodcar
LOCATEDINTHEROOSEVELTMALLSHOPPINGCENTERON reported In the United States. twice earned Champion the National V condition. Included in the
ROOSEVELT BLVD. Watch out It could happen to Safety Council's Public Interest presentation Is a 27-mlnute 1
EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY you! Award for exceptional sound color film made' at the
Service to Safety. (Navy Photo) Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
AUTO WAX APPLIED Champion Spark Plug Company
FREE Commissary Store commissary Sales Location, Introduced the program to sec-
'WITH CAR WASH! Building 1511, will also be closed ondary school audiences In 1955
Closes June 30
Incidental to the closing of the and developed a military versionin
For InventoryThe Commissary Store. 1957. Since then it has appeared -
at virtually every major

/ GO Commissary Store,Building Retirement might well be described armed forces installation in the
CHIEF HE I
1 135, will be closed Tues- as that urbane period of United States, and this summer
'Ii day, June 30, 1964, for, inven- life when, for the first time, our marks its second appearance/
tory. The Navy Exchange ancestors move Into our field of European bases.
13 Locations To Serve Yoi vision.TEMPORARY. For its efforts, the Toledo

;; company has twice received the
6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD. }ft Mile N. NAS sate WORK National Safety Council's Public
5444 NORMANDY Across From Atlantic Mills Interest Award for Exceptional

2809 MAYPORT RD. ft} Mile From NS Gat. Service to Safety. Other recog-
.tformery| eCo ) L WE NEED nition has come from the United
[ PmFRIlif; >
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE ( States Auto Club and Public Relations -
.On Tin* Bott.r'' Shocks BroUi. PARMAN Stenographers, Legal Stenos, Typ- Society of America.Mr. .
1 .Front End__ ..t.Englng.,' .. Transmission/. / Work (Re C.P.O.' ists, Transcribers, PBX, Key Punch,
'<.w : > < "
... ": Lz Agabashl.-n retired from
i3 MY' 1 h THE}trf Comptometer Operators.
4 i Top Pay.Paid Weekly, NO FEES competition In 1958 to devote full
time the
\ to Champion Highway
\
: x MANPOWER INC Safety Program.His .

p r.DOWN EJSY.PAVMEftIS: : <.< jBRUNSWicK 905 American Heritage Life Bldg. racing career began In 1931

PREMIUM Jacksonville, Fla. EL 5.1604 and included appearances' in

100% DuPont Nylon Tubeless major races throughout the
United States. He has driven midget -
Nationwide Guarantee In Writing
races, sprint and champion-
36 Months Road Hazard Guarantee
ship cars' and scored an Impressive -
750 x 14 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE number of wins In each
800 x 14 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE class, however, In his 11 attemptsIn
850 x 14 3 FOR 87.75 1 FREE YOU CAN'TLOSE the Indianapolis "500", vic-
900 950 x 141 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE eluded him.
600 x 13 3 FOR 66.72 1 FREE 1 tory
650 x 13 3 FOR 65.10 1 FREE THIS
670 x 15 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE
710 x 15 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE MONEY!! TV REPAIRS
1 FREE ,
760 x 15 3 FOR 80.40
820 x 15 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE

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ALIGNMENT PLUSPARTS & LABOR 31.95 mean. That's because you----and you only can cash a Travelers

V SHOCKS LABOR & PARTS. 12.95 Cheque when Issued to you.. Best way there is to carry money SALES A SERVICE
you're traveling.If
6357 103rd St.

BRAKE SHOES ANY CAR 10.95 you're going away on leave, carry cash\ the safe way---buy SERVINGENTIRE
Travelers Cheques from the Barnett.
WHEEL BALANCE .99
Costs you only a dollar for every hundred dollars worth. ENTIRESOUTHWEST
WHEEL ALIGNMENT 3.99 BANKING HOURS

TUNE UP 4.95 Monday thru Thursday: 11:00 AM til 3: to) PM .
t Friday 9:30: AM til 4'30' PM SALES SERVICE ON
ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG., NAS TELEVISION ,

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25. 1964
lAX AIR NEWS PAGE. 9 j


Air Line Pilot Civil ServiceAnnounces
Opportunity E or tf 11'*

NewExaminations

Open To Pilot License HoldersAn f AMEICA.'. :

AMERICA 16 GREAT .

estimated 50,000 private pilot license holders now have The executive secretary,boardof ,. ; f ,, 4 AND IF AMERICA\\6 EVERY GOOD-
lortunity to become airline pilots under a unique an op- U.S. Civil Service examiners, jw ": CEASES-&B GOOD--
employment and AMERICA
Irlnfn0! program announced by United Air ttnec_. at the Naval Air Station,Jacksonville 'BE$2E'A'T WILL:/' CEASE'Ta
---- -
In seeking 1,000 flight of- Florida has announced that
FORMER
(icers, United is making the pri- Change ofCommand open competitive examinations t .I PREsraewrPwGiWTA '
ate pilot, aged 20 to 29 years, will be held for establishing iJseNI/OWER
e main target in its extensive (Continued registers of eligibles to be used
earch for flight crew members from Page 1)) In filling Immediate and future ,
the
o man the airline's expandingeet honor Guard colors will be vacancies in the position of
of aircraft. paraded and the National Anthem Supervisory Digital Computer I

Private pilot license holders played. Chaplain R.W. Radcliffe, Programmer, GS-11 $8410.00; II I II
lay now apply for student flight the senior Navy Chaplain will give Digital Computer Programmer,
Invocation.t I
[fflcer positions prior to obtaining GS-9 $7030.00. I
the required commercial Following the inspection of Application (forms must be filed CAnE
not license. Applicants must troops and retirement ceremonies direct with the Executive Secre- us :D !

e U.S. or Canadian citizens, for retiring officers, Cdr. L. tary of the Board at the U.S.Naval -xItLIK.I: :iI;
A. Menard will Introduce
|nd hold a private license.Height Admi- Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. -
[equlrements are five feet seven ral Goldthwaite who is guest Necessary application forms
iches to six(feet four inches.Ex- speaker for the occasion. and futher information concern- NEIGHBORHOOD
ellent physical condition is arerequlslte. Upon completion of the Admiral's Ing the rates of pay, duties, and
remarks, Captain Comptonwill experience requirements for the
Vision must rate :ysi&t; K:6Ntltt
0/50 correctable to 20/20 with read his orders and make positions may be obtained from :
farewell remarks, followed by the Executive Secretary, or the
lasses. A minimum of two
ears college is required.Once Captain Mackroth who will read Examiner-in-charge, Board ofU.S. 538 SAN JUAN AVE.
selected, candidates will his orders and officially assume Civil Service examiners,
command of the Station. That will Room 323, Post Office Building
e assured employment with
bring to a I close the Jacksonville Florida
nited Air Lines subject to ob- changeof or IRD,
commercial command ceremonies Bldg 907, NAS Sax Ext. 8134.
jalnlng a license.
Jnited will allow the
applicant up
o one to meet this lin- MONEY
year qua IN 1 DAY
t at Ion. 64 FORD CONERTIBLE.2695 62 BUICK SPECiAL. . $1795

On obtaining his commercial R&H,New Car Factory Warranty 4 dr. Automatic, R&H

icense the applicant will be employed $ 64 AUSTIN HEALEY ...$1695
15
by United as a student to t 5600 Sprite, Real Sharpl! 62 FORD GALAXIE'500'$1595

[light officer at a starting s r lary 2 dr. Hardtop, Auto. R&H
M r $350 per month, Increased to ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE 63 CHEVY IMPALA .$2395

500 upon the successful completion Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us 2 dr. Hardtop, Auto. R&H, Air 62 FORD ..... . $1495
of the first four weeks how much you want. Pick up the cash at your Conditioned Fairlane 500", Automatic, R&H,
{raining in Denver, Colorado.The convenience. Same-day service. Air Cond.
first four weeks of train- 63 FORD WAGON...... $2195

ing are to qualify the student V-8,.Straight Shift! R&H 61 FALCON WAGON ...$1295
(flight! 'officer for an instrumentrating. 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN Auto. R&H, Rack
The next 13 weeks enable you Get o, mt. You et o. Pmt 63 VOtKSWAGON ......$1595 Luggage
him to acquire a certificate required $84.33 $5.00 $355.79 $21.00' Convertible 61 VALIANT'SUBURB.$795

for and second the officer final four responsibilities 219.27 151.80 13.00 9.00 427.51 500.51 29.00 25.00 PONTIAC . .. $2695 Wagon, Radio and Heater

weeks are devoted to pilot proficiency 286.13 17.00 600.00 34.39 Grand Prix. 2 dr. Hardtop Full 60 PLYMOUTH . $495
training.Second power & Air cond. Extra Sharpl! 2 dr. Radio and Heater

officer( salary will Above payments include interest.MALr .
approximate $735 per month for .
the second year of service increasing SPECIAL FINANCE :RH
{
to $925 per month for ) J PLANS FORSERVICEMEN 4
the third year and $1,100 per & ,
month for the fifth year. / E

Interested applicants may obtain 241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356.0735
additional information from 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895 PHONE EV 4-4536
United employment offices in San

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'" .. ,,':, : .4: .,',Quote of the Week

Fishing DerbyIndicates

"The, dispersal on the battlefield

in, modern tear places-if anything Good
-even greater' demand; on the initiative .

; of the soldier than before.

-Gen. Earle Wheeler, Chief of nNi:1 I Fishing In Fla.Latest .

Staff, U.S. Arm)'. \

results in the 1964
Schlitz Florida Fishing Derby indicate -
TASTE TEMPTING BARBEQUE TREATS : excellent fishing in both
salt and fresh wter, from coastto
N PLEASANT "NEW LOOK" SURROUNDIND1MGStittle
coast, throughout north and

) ..i !! west compilation Florida.A recently of tag-

... .
/ ged fish returns in the area's
Pig sOf Derby Zone 4 showed the first
r six weeks of the four months event

J&IVIERICA CAPTAIN HAITSELF.MCCUE. CO of F1CEUR, and Fred Thorn- had enriched fishermen by$4,475
in cash awards for 139 Schlitz
Ion YNI coach of FICEUR'S cagers. hold the Intramural
catches for research studies by
x'.t' Basketball surrounded t\m team.
Championship Trophy by
;tr the State Game and Fresh Water
FICEUR mod its debut in NAS athletic circles, by capturingboth Fish Commission and the State
the league and tfie ensuing bas.-wid.play offs. Team members Board of Conservation. The Derby -
\' are: (l to I) LT(ig) Harry Hahn Bobby Warner PN3. IT opened May 1, will continue
lIicJorytmOlecl Qg) Brad Dism..... Charley Dannenfelser. SN. Chuck Austin SN through August 3L
ITjg( ) Bob Trafton.Ens.Bill Thomas,and Ray Humes. MA3. Absent Tagged fish are redeemed by
wilbLOVN' when the picture was token were LCdr.Bill Fleischmann and Larry Schlitz wholesalers for forward-
CAR Egan. YNSN. (Navy Photo) Ing to the state agencies. Thus
JUST NORTH OF HAS MAIN GATE far, the first $1,000 award In the
6479 ROOSEVELT BLVD. PHONE EV 8-0221 zone has gone to Mrs. Mary
Green. 1980 Talladega Road
Jacksonville, for a two-pound
mllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUn COUPON IIlIIlIIillllHI lIlIlIlIlIIlIIllYl whiting hooked from the Fort

i H CLIP THIS OUT AND BRING TO NICK SEGAS || George Bridge there. It was the

HE= It is worth .. s1 5.00 on any car you buy E= fifth 1,000 specimen caught In

1 POWELL PLYMOUTH INC. = this The year's Jacksonville statewide Derby.wholesaleralso
= 12/8 San Marco Blvd. Nick S lftlS. Salt Rep. P" 359-2024 or EL 4-2757==
ffii IIIIIIIIIIIUIIIinilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHUIHIIIIIII I I II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillinm 1 Game Commission Warns along has with"cashed"one $50 two catch$100 and fish 51

tagged fish worth$25 each,paying
a total of $2,525 in 55 awards.
POWEll PLYMOUTH ..,. Other zone local scores were:
IS LEADING THE WAY WITH About Taking Small Animals St. Augustine--$950 for 35 fish,
including one-$100 three-$50
birds are seldom lost. Usually and 31-525.
Don't touch wilderness
That's the word a fromtheGame baby. they have been left in a hidden Pens.1COU--SOO for 30 fish,
spot while the parent searches for with two-$50 and 3025.
and Fresh
Water Fish Commis-
food. Human odors left about the Gainesville -- $200 for seven
sion to wild
people finding
animals and birds which young appear young animal or nest may prevent fish In awards of one-$50 and six
the parents from returning.
be ".
to "lost" $25.Lake
Each the The young may then starve. Clty--$175 for seven $25
,
year during spring
Healthy wild animals and birds fish.
.
i and early summer months well-
are never captured with ease.
Tallahassee--$125 for five$25
humans forever
meaning are
--
Slow-moving animals and birds catches.
and "lost"fawn
finding capturing are often Injured or diseased. A
I II. Ij cub bear young squirrels, special danger lies touching or Catches have been good from
baby and hatched reefs off
alligators newly capturing such slow moving Jacksonville Mayport
birds. Such people not only and St. Augustine,as well as from
animals since they
may carry
do harm to the animal or bird bridges and piers there the St.
disease --- such as rabies or
but they also violate the law. be John's River nd Little Talbot
other Infection -- which may
Actually young animals and Island.
transferred to the human.
.
Schlitz fish also have been
;c x found In the Cklawaha River.
Water Town Lake at Lake City.
RUGSALE Lake Talquin at Tallahassee and
in newly stocked Lake Juniper at
DeFunlak Springs, and Lake
PAA Bear a "showcase". of state fish
management near Milton.
PRICES START AT r a.Rmtrimrrn
Somewhere In these waters ?
$10.000 fish Is evading capture,

,:i...'. .... 1797 along with scores of others with
lesser values but all worth at
least $25 each.
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PARKDALE
NO REASONABLE DEALS REFUSED!
WE NEED USED CARS. BRING YOUR TITLE EXPRESSWAY
100% NYLON PILE RUG

THE"BARRACUDA" APARTMENTS

x 9x12 $ < A95

ISHERE BUILT-IN FURNISHED ... $65.00(

REG. UNFURNISHED $55.00
FOAM RUBBER PAD $29.95

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downtown
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powell p4moulk BROWNANKGOLD

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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 11


AF679 Suffers Defeat Softball MAS V.siIy ,

Golf Team 10 i

By O&R On Two HitsThe StandingsAmerican ReOrganizeAn \


league effort is being made to reorganize
high flying AF 679th "dtamondmen" fell to defeat by the handsof rt FICEUR 17-0 the Naval Air Station
O&R this past week by the score of 10. Dave Stewart, of CAR, VP-30 16-1 Varsity golf team. The reorganizing -
pitched a two hit b,ll game for the win while.loser Bob Childre's t Admin 14-4 meeting will be heldat
of AF 679th pitched a three hit game. the NAS Pro Shop at 3:30
A triple play was pulled off National League p.m., Wednesday. July L
this past week in the VP-16 ver- are: AF6T9th 17-2 All personnel interested in

ses VU-10 game when Paul Ewingof AMERICAN LEAGUE O&R 15-3 participating with the Varsityteam
( VP-16)) caught a shoe stringline Hosp. 15-3 should attend this meeting.All .
drive in center field for one FICEUR 13, Comm 1 NARTU 13-5 active duty personnel stationed -
(lipped the ball toJerryThompson VAP-62-7 VP-16--3 HE'S SAFE C. D. Smith of Com- aboard NAS are eligible to play
on second for two, and Weapons 7, VP-5--0 Fairfax crosses first base in a on the Varsity team.
Thompson fired the ball to Al Army 10, Admin 6 burst of speed to beat the ball,

Fuster on first for the third VP-18--2 VP-45--0 while L. L. Lanchaster of 0 & R, ONLY $100 DOWN,

VU-10 out. VP-16 won the game VP-16-15 VP-3Q--ll. Weapons 4 stretches to reach the ball(Navy Whenever the going seems HOMES NEAR NAS & CECIL FIELD

155. Admin 13 VU-10--5 Photo by H.J. Benson, SN) easy, it's well to make sureyou're '3&4 BEDROOMS
YP-5--8
,
The results of last weeks action not going downhilLA
FICEUR 9, Army 1 1 & 2 tfATHS

NATIONAL LEAGUE consultant is a well-paid $50 Per Mo. & Up
Miller Fires 33 On pert brought in at the last minuteto
NARTU 5. 'VA.35-.0
share the blame.
SEE OUR SALESMAN WITH
Fleet Photo 16, Disp 6
NAS Sailing CFJ 9, A/C Maint 5 First Nine LinksAn 19 YEARS NAVY SERVICE.

O& R 1, A F 679th 0 The destructive HARPER REALTY
Club Wins most acid in ,
Hosp 10, FAETU 4 the world is found in a sour dis- BROKER
Supply 14, Marines 4 exceptional and snappy position. 6924 ATLANTIC BLVD.
RegattaThe NARTU ,10 Marines 0 CALL 7210444"MILITARY
round of golf was played on the
AF 679th 11, FAETU 1 NAS "Links" this past week in

O&R 13, CFJ 1 the Intramural competition when PERSONNEL YOUNG DRIVERS .
A/C Maint 10, Disp 2 Allen Miller of VP-45, fired a
Naval Air Station Sailing Now qualify to insure car with a specially formedto
VA-35--21, Fleet Photo 15 33 on the front nine of the course. you your company
Club dominated the final resultsof Hospital 13, Supply 4 Miller "Birdied"the first,eighthand serve your needs and get these BIG advantages:
the 16th annual St. Johns Regatta -
ninth holes and shot par on COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE COVERAGE IMMEDIATE PROTECTION
held last weekend at the
the holes. Miller'sopponent
Florida Yacht Club. More than remaining CONVENIENT PAYMENT PLANS COUNTRYWIDE CLAIM SERVICE
Dr. Jula, from Hospital"A"
100 craft from throughout the also turned In a good round,
state participated in the event. posting a 38. CALL OR VISIT TODAY Intramural Golf Last weeks results are: FOR RATES AND c.J acuurf/ INSURANCE COMPANYINFORMATION
All Affilfoto'Cv raiii iif mplorooi/ Inivrouc* Companf
The state Rhodes Bantam com- ./ :, ,. N., 0. C.
petition was captured byAlJohnson -
assisted by Bill Colemanas American League Jacksonville Office: 338 W. Forsyth Street Phone: 3558424AEMINGTDN

crewman. Ted Hanks won sec American League Handicap

ond place honors, closely fol- Handicap
lowed by Dan Jackson, George VP-30 "A" Admin 7, A/D Maint 2
8-1
Leland, Tom Carnell, and Jim VP-30 "A" 7, VAP-62-2 -
Lane, all of NAS. Hosp VP-16"A" 6-3 VP-45--6, Hosp"A" 3

VP-45 5-3 7-4 VP-16--8 Supply 1 UfetIRIl 600x13 I I10.50_

NAS was also well-represented( Admin 5-6 6narantee 650xl f3 (LU_'
in the Sailfish/Sunfish competition -g-1230-
VAP-62 3-6 Admin 5, A/C Malnt 1 1 e I
which saw second and third A/C Maint 2-6 VPAU 5, VAP-62-1 100% NylM I OOxlLLi4. 5-

places go to Dick Lane and Pete Supply 1-8 Hosp "A" 4 1/2, VP-45-- 1/2 *670x15 1 I I .50
Farris, respectively. This fine National League VP-16--6, Supply 0 "PIONEER' -.760x15-(- : :-
showing gained further recognition -
for the NAS Jacksonville HandicapVP5 National: Tubeless.S20xI5 I 15.50WMttwariT'
League
ExtM".. ri f.. .. .
Sailing Club. 7-2 Handicap 'Tube Type 2.00. N. Dow P.,m.tlt
VP-30 "B" 7 1/2-2 1/2 FAETU 51/2, CFJ 3 1/2 ==< =
The Club heartily urges inter- FICEUR 1/2-3 1/2 VP-30= "B" 7, VP-5-2 !f FRONT END SPECIAL
ested personnel and their dependents Hosp "B" 5 1/2-5 1/2 Hosp"B" .4 1/2, FICEUR 41/2 SAVE4.12 REGULARLY 14.00
to join and take advantageof CFJ 4 1/2.6 1/2 Align Front End '
the club's fine facilities. NARTU 1/2-4 1/2
e Balance 2 Wheels, Includes
Further information can be obtained FAETU 3-5 CFJ 4, FAETU 2 Weights 88
by calling Bill Coleman at AF679th 21/2-6 1/2 VP-30 "B" 4, VP-5--2 e Pack 2 Front. Wheel 9 '
Ext. 8440. VA-35 0-3 FICEUR 5, Hosp "B" 1 Bearings

e Adjust Brakes _
..t< XV\XA V/K v ws i>>s/s>s.
Foreign countries all seem to I

have the same motto: Yankee,go.
Captain Compton home and leave us a loan. HUGHES BROS. TIRE CO'fl'Sj

(Continued from Page 1)) Foreign countries all seem.to
A* RWe<
have the same motto: "Yankee,
Japanese Forces. go home and leave us a loan."
Upon return from the South and Southwest Pacific combat areas in -
1945, Captain Compton served in the Aviation Personnel Division of the .
Office of Chief of Naval Operations. This tour of duty was followed by 21--
assignments as Navigator USS Coral Sea, and Executive Officer and
Acting Commanding Officer of Naval Air Station, Oceana, Virginia.With .
the outbreak of the Korean Conflict, Captain Compton received
sudden and unexpected orders as Operations Officer of Fleet Air Wings'Six /
which was established overnight on an immediate and urgent basisin
Japan. Here he functioned as Wing Operations( Officer for an are tuned to
eighteen-month period, and on return to the United States, was orderedto
the Staff of Command Air Force,Pacific Fleet, as Force Operations Problems.
Officer.A Navy .

year of study at the Naval War College, Newport R.H., preceeded .

Captain Compton's assignment to the petroleum war planning field to. .
D.C.From
the Joint Staff Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Washington,
the pentagon, Captain Compton served two tours of command at
sea aboard USS Thetis Bay (CVHA-1) and USS Bennington (CVA-20). //2
RIVERSIDE BANK
Prior to assuming command of NAS Jacksonville in September
1962, Captain Compton served In the Operations Division of the Joint

Staff, Commander In Chief, Pacific. & 1234 KING ST. 384-7541
Captain ,anddeughterBarbara, wm Dtpoutt kttwrod by P oo ol Cpotrf Intwonc*Corporation
reside In Compton Jacksonville, his wife following Mary Frances retirement and a trip to Europe. .. .... .......... .



NEWS JUNE 25, 1964
PAGE 12 JAX AIR


Fisherman

Jax. Navy Judo Urged To Buy


License NowFlorida
.JUDO

Team CompetesAt fresh water fishermen
between the ages of 15-65 are
being urged to avoid the rush and
Y buy their fishing licenses now.
A.F.B. The new 1964-65 fishing licenses UNDER
Elgin are available at the offices of ,
all County Judges and their authorized
1 This will be On the
start at p.m. sub-agents.
The Jax Navy Judo team travelsto I
Eglln A.F.B. this weekend to Juniors, age 6-16. only. This will station, licenses are available
be for Interested from Services NEW
take part In a tournament with an opportunity anyone Special Bldg.
teams from northwestern Florida In seeing some good ##704..
in the newest A.D. Aldrich director -
and southern Alabama. This will youngsters compete According to ,
) sport in the U.S. to watch this Game and Fresh Water
be the first time for the team to
Junior tour ament. No admission Fish Commission, the new 1964- ANAGEMEN'IlAIR
compete In this area of the state;
charge. 65 fishing license is not required
so the team Is expecting some new
Next month's tournamentis until 30. However
and stiff competition.Here city midnight June ,
proposed to be held at honoredby
Jacksonville,there will being they are presently being
the main gymnasium here at NAS. wildlife officers. Buying the
be a city tournament held at the
interested in learning license now will
Anyone prevent many
Opportunity branch YMCA Saturday -
sport Judo should come up to fishermen from embarrassmentat
June 27. Competition will
Bldg. 726 on Monday or Wednes- a later date when they decideon
day nights at 6:30 or 8:90: > p.m. a sudden fishing trip and find
f.. Boy and girl dependents are welcome they have no license.
.. ... on Saturday: License fees are: Resident
'f"kit'"!! .' Boys' class ((6-16)) 10 a.m. annual, $3.00; Non resident

,h.; ..0. 12 p.rn. annual, $8.00; Non-resident 14-
',. Girls' class ((6-up) 12 p.m. day continuous fishing, $3.25; '
:I 1:30 p.m. Non resident -daycontinuous SPECIALS

"", \ f No cost involved in joining the fishing, $2.25. 63 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN ..... . . . 2695

I; club. -- V-8, power steering R&H, factory air conditioned Ivory

EDGEWOODA over silver, Three to choose from.

I Pa 63 CHEVROLET 4 DOOR SEDAN... . . $2395
j'I & W DRIVE-IN Auto/transmission V-8, power steering and brakes R&H,

r Factory air conditioned A summer special .

DOTS' 866 N. Edgewood Ave.. EV 4-3471 62 IMPERIAL SPORT COUPE .... . . . $2095
V-8, Auto.trans.,Power Steering and brakes,R&H,Air Cond.

I ::4 TRYTHEBURGER FAMILY... 62 BEL AIR 4DR.SEDAN... . . . . $1895

4 DIFFERENT SIZES! Auto. trans., V-8, R&H, Lite Blue

61 IMPERIAL SPORT COUPE .... . . . $1795

.,. a Auto trans., V-8, R&H Air Cond. Ivory over Blue
k SIZE FOR EVERY, APPETITE... A PRICE FOR EVERY PURSE '
.. -WAGONS .
-- --
62 FORD ECONOLINE BUS to. . . .$1595
I BEST EVER! ICE COLD ROOT BEERSERVED IN FROSTEDMUGBUDGET '9 pass., stun shift lots of room for the family, 'one owner.

62 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN..... . . . $1895
'
4 door, 9 passenger wagon auto/transmission/ V-8, power
steering R&H

62 PLYMOUTH FURY 4 DR. WAGON .. . .. 1595

I k Auto. trans., V-8, Power Steering, R&H, Solid White.
( A .......
DAY MILE 4 door, auto/transmission 6 cylinder, R&H, luggage rack
F Y + tf11S SHIN!, NEW AUTOMOtUES ThROUGh Till light blue

59 CHEVROLET WAGON ..... . . . $795
,
FILM FATALE-France Lombard 2 Dr. Stan. Shift 6 cyl. R&H

dflighl photofraphrrt and m. RENr-A-CAR HARDTOPS & CONVERTIBLES

lookfh a$ thr par during thrCannrt SYSTEM 63 FORD XL-500 SPORT COUPE ... . . $2595
Film Festival in France.Experience Auto/transmission Floor shift, V-8, R&H power steering

solid black

is what keeps a 62 IMPALA SPORT COUPE ..... . . . $1995
who makes the mis-
man take twice from admitting same it the NAS LOCATION: 6483 ROOSEVELT BLVD. EV 8. S83 Auto/transmission/ V-8, R&H, White side walls, fender skirts
third time around. DOWNTOWN LOCATION: 15 JULIA ST. EL.64247 'Solid blue Extra extra clean

Terry McCormick 63 IMPALA SPORT COUPE ..... . . . $2495
Auto/transmission, V-8, R&H Beige over Autumn gold

PHONE HOMESP the ONE place to 62 SUPER SPORT .... . . . . $2095
1.3770 SP 1-0250 4 in the floor, 409 engine; R&H, bucket seats

WEWIRE FLOWERS call formoney 60 IMPERIAL CONVERTIBLE .. . . $1495
Auto. trans., V-8 Power Steering R&H, Solid Red with

Weacon.n.ettFf.tvti ; White Top.


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7:00 8130 Lem Turner Rd. (L. Forest Shopping Ctr.) PO 5.2623 SP I 1341 OR SP 16601 SERVICEMEN
: ARLINGTON Beneficial Finance Co. of Arlington
Town & Country Shopping Center .RA 4.7910 Mon.-Fri. 6j30: a.fa'til 9:00: p.m.
7530 ,P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE
SO. JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Florida Sat -8:30: a.m. 6:00 p.m.
c MINISTER CHURCH PHONE PHONE SP SP '1-2646 1-5075 3436- Beach Blvd.. South Gate Plaza EX 8.1515 .Sun.\ after church till 7 p.m.



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